Recorded on 1.17.15 in Portland Oregon at the January PDX NAACP meeting: There is  Two "Audio Files" There is  One "Full Meeting Video File" There is  One "Music Video out-take File" (1) The first mp3 track is the opening prayer and music before the January meeting [13 min] (2) The second mp3 track is the complete January meeting [35 min] (3) The third track is the full video of the meeting (4) The fourth track is a music out-take video track Topics: NAACP, Joe Anybody, JoAnn
As host of the Jazz Program "Music is My Mistress" as a public affairs program I donated the show for the NAACP radio-thon. My co-host for this special was NAACP President Celeste Eckley. Topics: NAACP, Radio-thon
And within the context of the California Prisoners Strike, and the promise of drastic cuts in entitlements and services disproportionately impacting communities of color, the NAACP comes to Los Angeles for its national convention. We speak with Leon Russell, Vice Chair of the NAACP Board of Directors. Topics: California Prisoner strike, NAACP Convention
Following on from his newspaper column in the New York Post, Orson Welles offered a weekly political radio broadcast, covering such topics as the OPA (Office of Price Administration,) atomic bomb tests, and the blinding of war veteran Isaac Woodard. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Orson Welles, Isaac Woodard, NAACP
I read an interesting article in the NY Times a while back about the leader of the NAACP stepping down. HIs vision of building economic equality as a way to lead people to social equality was not well-supported. It got me thinking, that in many cases it doesn't matter which comes first. Try one, and if it doesn't work, try the other. Hawaiian Word: Mua: firstPlease join us over at The Reef.Add this to your Technorati Favorites Support us by buying your own copy of our Beach Walks Theme music.... Topics: food&leisure, naacp, equality, change, beachwalks
What is the best way to curb the deluge of illegal immigrants? Who is John Murtha, and who does he think he is? What's the deal with an NAACP chief switching to the GOP? Michael Newdow is in the news again, and it'll make you go for broke. Topics: NAACP, Republican, Democrat, illegal immigration, Michael Newdow
The NAACP takes its complaint about the attack on voting rights in the United States to the United Nations. The World Water Forum is taking place this week in Marseille, France and activists are there opposing water privatization. Our guest is Lidy Nacpil, Regional Coordinator of Jubilee South Asia. And MillionsAgainstMonsanto. Activists hope to get Monsanto Corporation, leader in the business of genetically modified foods, to feel the pressure of a global movement. Protests are planned in... Topics: NAACP, Monsato, GMO, World Water Forum
Beginning in late May in North Carolina, activists have gathered in several cities to protest the cuts in education, increased taxes on the middle class, cuts in employment benefits, the repealing of the Racial Justice Act of 2009, and many other injustices reflective of increasing right-wing political power. Joining us from Durham are activists and educators Holly Jordan and Bryan Proffitt, two educators and members of People’s Durham organizers directly involved in what is known as the... Topics: activism, radio, north carolina, durham, naacp
Working Against Racism In keeping with our theme of UU identity, and in honor of Women s History month, we ll look at the life of UU Mary White Ovington, one of the principal founders of the NAACP as we look at our UU goal of becoming an anti-racist, antioppressive, multicultural instituion. - ERS Topics: UUA, UU, racism, multiculturalism, ovington, NAACP
Roland Martin is in L.A. for this weekend’s 46th Annual NAACP Image Awards airing on TV One on Friday, February 6 at 8 p.m. He says that the Awards is an important honor to African-Americans due to the exclusion they can experience from mainstream award ceremonies like the Oscars. Topics: RolandMartin, NAACP Image Awards, TV One
Roland Martin talks with actress Nicole Beharie about being nominated for an NAACP Image Award in the category of Entertainer Of The Year, her role on FOX’s “Sleepy Hollow”, and more. Topics: Roland S. Martin, Roland Martin, Nicole Beharie, Fox, Sleepy Hollow, NAACP, NAACP Image Awards
Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report National Edition Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg ************************************** NAACP Passes Resolution for Mumia and other prisoners with Brother Marvin "Doc" Cheatham, President, Baltimore NAACP A new resolution on Mumia Abu-Jamal , which also included Troy Davis, Marshall Eddie Conway, and Reggie Clemons, was passed at the NAACP convention as an emergency resolution. It was addressed to Attorney General Eric Holder... Topics: Mumia Abu-Jamal, NAACP, NAACP Baltimore, Emmett Till, death penality, Brother Marvin...
Speaker: Raoul Cunningham Our guest speaker began his civil rights activities upon joining the NAACP Youth Council. He was elected President of the Louisville Branch NAACP in 2004 after serving the NAACP s Voter Empowerment Program as National Deputy Director. He was inducted into the Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame in 2003 and was the 2006 recipient of the Martin Luther King Freedom Award from the City of Louisville. Topics: Raoul Cunningham, UUA, Unitarian, NAACP, Louisville, civil rights
Rev. Talbert Swann II, the current president of the N.A.A.C.P.chapter in Springfield ,MA, is interviewed by host Elliot Tarry on issues ranging from NAACP relevence to "The Prophetic Tradition" in social justice activism. Topics: Prophetic Tradition, NAACP, guns and violence, Talbert Swan II
Troy Davis is scheduled to be executed in 6 days and a massive campaign is underway to save his life. Find out why grassroots activists as well as by major human rights and civil liberty groups have joined his family members in a desperate effort to save his life. We speak with a representative of the NAACP. Topics: Troy Davis, executions, death peanlty, discrimination, DNA, NAACP
Congresswoman Maxine Waters speaks out about the latest debt limit/tax cut proposals being considered by Congress and the White House and the impact of these proposals on her constituency. And within the context of the California Prisoners Strike, and the promise of drastic cuts in entitlements and services disproportionately impacting communities of color, the NAACP comes to Los Angeles for its national convention. We speak with Leon Russell, Vice Chair of the NAACP Board of Directors. Why are... Topics: Pelican Bay, prison strike, civil rights, NAACP, debt ceiling, deficit
Access Restriction(s): Unrestricted Use Restriction(s): Unrestricted. Public Law 101-246, Issued February 6, 1990, this law provides for the domestic release and distribution of USIA motion pictures, films, videotapes, and other materials 12 years after initial dissemination overseas, or, if not disseminated, 12 years from the preparation of the material. UPLOADED by Sookietex Topics: Civil Rights March, Washington D.C., Lincoln Memorial, NAACP
Author/activist Tim Wise has made a career out of studying and critiquing whiteness, so he’s the perfect person to discuss all of the issues surrounding Rachel Dolezal, the President of the Spokane NAACP currently under fire for apparently masquerading as a Black woman for the last decade. While Dolezal has only spoken in broad terms about her ethnic background, her biological parents say she was born white. Wise says that despite the jokes and memes directed at Dolezal, she brings forth... Topics: Tim Wise, Rachel Dolezal, NAACP, Roland Martin TJMS
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. The Persistence of Party Eleanor Clift, NEWSWEEK Contributing Editor/TV Commentator Stephen Hess, Distinguished Research Professor of Media and Public Affairs, George Washington University, Brookings Institution, author of "What Do We Do Now? A Workbook for the President-Elect"(Brookings Institution Press, November 2008) II. Heroes' Welcome Evan Thomas, NEWSWEEK Editor-at-Large Paul Rieckhoff, Executive Director, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America III. The... Topics: political party, Iraq, NAACP, stress, special forces, Putin, Russia
Communist use of racial tensions to produce societal breakdown and insurrection. Karl Marx's real views on other races. "Whites" behind NAACP etc. NAACP originally founded not with communistic objectives but infiltrated. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: bolshevism, communism, subversion, race, negroes, naacp, nwo, new-world-order
(BlackTree TV, Los Angeles) We caught up with funny dude Affion Crockett, some of you may know his YouTube.com/Oskamill and some of you will definitely know him for his new show on FOX coming out this spring. ; for more log onto http://www.blacktree.tv A BlackTree Media Production Produced by Mason Richards Segment Journalist Topics: talk&interview, affion, crockett, 42nd, naacp, image, awards, image, awards, naacp, funny,...
(BlackTree TV - Los Angeles) We caught up with Actress/Author/Activist Holly Robinson-Pete at the 42nd NAACP Image Awards and had a chance to speak to her about Autism. A BlackTree Media Production Segment Journalist Desserae Mitchell for more info: ; http://www.blacktree.tv Topics: talk&interview, holly, robinson-pete, holly, robinson, 21, jump, street, autism, naacp, image,...
This week we discuss the Fox miniseries "Empire" and actors Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard, mainstream media’s different coverage of the fatal attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine’s office in Paris, France and the bombing of NAACP office in Colorado, the latest attack of Boko Haram in the town of Baga, Nigeria reported killing 2,000 people and Brooklyn as the least affordable housing market in the country. Topics: Empire, Taraji P Henson, Terrence Howard, Charlie Hebdo, NAACP Bombing, Boko Haram, Gentrification
January 13th, 2014 was the Kick Off of Moral Monday Georgia. The cold January rain couldn't dampen the spirits or enthusiasm of the crowd of 300-350 people at the State Capital Steps. People not only came from around the state of Georgia, but also Tennessee and Florida. In fact, North Carolina, the birth place of Moral Monday, was represented by Rev. Barber. Rev Barber is one of the main organizers of Moral Monday in N.C., and helped set off the next phase of this new multi racial,... Topics: Moral Monday Georgia, Coalitions, NAACP, Southern Labor, Medicaid Expansion, Georgia, Health Care,...
This week we discuss the video that went viral after White police officer Patrol Supervisor Cpl. Eric Casebolt assaulting 15-year-old African-American Dajerria Becton and drawing his gun on unarmed African-American teenagers outside of a pool party in McKinney, TX. We also discussed Rachel Dolezal the 37-year old head of the local chapter of the NAACP in Spokane, Washington who has been passing herself off as black for years until her parents ousted her.Follow us... Topics: #blackgirlsmatter, #blacklivesmatter, police violence, McKinney TX, Eric Casebolt, Rachel Dolezal,...
Building Bridges Radio: Your Community and Labor Report National Edition -28' Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg **************************** Georgia Prisoners, In Longest Strike In History Against US Penal System Say Enough Is Enough Is Enough! with Edward O. Dubose, The Georgia State Conference, NAACP On December 9, thousands of men, from Augusta, Baldwin, Hancock, Hays, Macon, Smith and Telfair State Prisons went on strike to press the Georgia Department of Corrections (âDOCâ) to stop... Topics: georgia prison labor strike, georgia prison lockdown, Edward O. Dubose, The Georgia State...
This week we discuss the Fox miniseries "Empire" and actors Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard, mainstream mediaâs different coverage of the fatal attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazineâs office in Paris, France and the bombing of NAACP office in Colorado, the latest attack of Boko Haram in the town of Baga, Nigeria reported killing 2,000 people and Brooklyn as the least affordable housing market in the country. Topics: Empire, Taraji P Henson, Terrence Howard, Charlie Hebdo, NAACP Bombing, Boko Haram, Gentrification